Accountability and Performance Weekly – June 9-15

Performance Management
Government Already Has a Blueprint for Implementing Pay For Performance
Howard Risher, Government Executive
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency offers a success story.

Could Pay for Success Help Make Bail Reform a Reality?
Gloria Gong, Governing
The funding approach has a lot of potential for taking the first steps toward overhauling pretrial detention.

Government Is Data Rich, But Information Poor
John Kamensky, Government Executive
More leaders need to be able to turn data into insights.

Data behaving badly
Dominic Delmolino, Federal Computer Week
Why data veracity is key to ensuring that business insights are reliable.

How a Treasury office’s incubator encourages a culture of tech curiosity
Tajha Chappellet-Lanier, Fedscoop
The Office of Revenue and Collections Management has found a unique way to keep an eye on emerging technologies and their potential to improve federal revenue collection.

Will term limits transform government’s digital service groups?
Chase Gunter, Federal Computer Week
Now at the four-year mark, Obama-era digital teams have spanned solidly across two administrations. But with the earliest hires hitting the end of their terms, what do their legacies and futures look like?

How Chicago’s Tradition of Civic Organizing Inspired the Best in Civic Tech
Zack Quaintance, Government Technology
Chi Hack Night has become a national model for sustainable and successful volunteer civic technology projects.

Open Government
Overcoming a Big Obstacle to Citizen Feedback
Eric Keller and Kathy Conrad, Government Executive
It took the Defense IG more than a year to get approval for a simple five-question survey asking users’ opinions about its website.

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